A food delivery service employs refugee cooks to provide good jobs and authentic meals.
A Brooklyn group joints the push for a more “human-scale” city
We measure the local economy—in pizza and jewelry, vintage clothing and liquor, air fresheners and flowers.
Brooklyn continues to receive hundreds of refugee students. How do they navigate the system? And is the system ready?
Not really. The street is one of the highest “crash corridors” in Brooklyn
She was a mere footnote in New York’s Ebola saga, but Fatoumatta Camara had a story to tell
Maura Romero is part of the large population of Mexican immigrants living in Sunset Park who will be affected by the outcome of immigration reform, a topic President Barack Obama did not ignore in his State of the Union address Tuesday night.
In its’ short existence hip-hop music has found a way to captivate people of all cultures. Now Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn has bred a Bengali rapper named Brooklyn Shanti. Although he’s gained the respect of his hip-hop peers, his family has not been as open to the idea of him becoming a hip-hop superstar.
The Brooklyn Lens Webcast 4/13/2012 from The Brooklyn Ink on Vimeo. The Brooklyn Lens webcast for the week of April 13, 2012.